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with the presentation of it, the actors, and the singing. anne hathaway is going to win the oscar for best supporting actress, i think that train has already left the station. > very cool. one other thing i should note, i saw it, and i appreciated being able to follow the story a lot better in the film version, and also the lyrics, i could understand the lyrics a little bit better than in a theater. > > tom hooper kind of plays the film almost more like an opera more than sort of a musical, there are not a lot of big dance numbers and camera movements. the anne hathaway number that everyone is talking about, it's just a camera right on her face, and just letting her do the numbers, and that i think is very successful. > that's the beauty of film. you get those closeups. you don't get that on the stage. > > absolutely not. > what about "django unchained?" > > "django unchained" is a very entertaining quentin tarantino film, sort of a spaghetti western meets blaxploitation film. a western that i think adult males are really going to have a lot of fun with, probably up until when "zero dark thirty" come
of blood rigged. >> oscar, a beer for the man with the beard. >> do you dip in and out of it when you come off the set? are you able to leave that character or do you stay in the whole time, and if so, how does that play out? >> i wouldn't have survived very long if i kept that character when i went home. >> jamie foxx does tell a story about you walking onto the set one day. >> right. >> he says, leo, what's going on? and you blow right past him. he thinks for a moment, is leo dicaprio blowing me off big time? and then thinks he's in character. >> this man represents the moral decay of the south. for me to get in that mindset and be that character, that's the way i needed to be on set everyday. >> dicaprio tells the story of an actor celebrititive and sparing of the roles he takes. >> what is your philosophy of changing roles in films? >> i want to do as many characters as i can, like a book or watching a movie. when you experience that and it kind of speaks to you and you feel a connection it to, you envision yourself in that role, i don't question it. i just go towards it. it's somethin
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